The new Crisis Stabilization Diagnostic Center for middle Georgia broke ground on Sept. 20 in downtown Macon. The center will be the first of its kind in Georgia to handle behavioral health crises exclusively for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
After uncovering new research on the history of slavery in Macon-Bibb County, Mercer University’s history department is still attempting to fully understand slavery’s role in the origins of the university.
Mercer University’s dress code was first implemented in April 2004, back when Mercer still had official ties to the Georgia Baptist Convention.
“He always made it a point to say ‘hi,’ come over and give a hug or wave from across the way,” one student said.
Babatunde "Baba" Agbaje '23, a member of the Mercer soccer team and finance student in the Stetson-Hatcher School of Business, died Monday night.
QuadWorks transformed Hawkins Arena into a concert hall studded with flashing multicolored lights, bass-boosted speakers and a beautifully embellished stage.
Students across campus are reeling after a "rash of car break-ins early Thursday morning."
The annual campus music festival is just a few days away.
Before deciding when and where to spend your money while in college, it is important to consider what you are looking for, where you can find it for the best price and how far you are willing to travel to acquire it.
Over the past semester and a half, Mercer’s Student Government Association (SGA) has been supporting student organizations and creating opportunities for students to pursue their passions.
Mercer is currently investigating a "racial epithet" discovered on the morning of Feb. 20 in Dowell Hall.
The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) has created a list of tips for the Career Expo.
There is always an appealing array of delights that are available across campus on Valentine's Day for students to participate in.
QuadWorks has existed for a little over 22 years and is responsible for organizing and carrying out a variety of events during the academic year.
Several Mercer students gathered in the Connell Student Center breezeway on Nov. 30 to spread an important message: there are consequences to e-waste.